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ring binder

noun
1.
a loose-leaf binder in which the sheets are held in by two or more rings that can be made to snap open.
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30
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Examples from the web for ring binder
  • Otis suggests placing a laptop on a three-ring binder or other object to raise it up.
  • The prototype vaguely resembled a three-ring binder, with eight flexible, double-sided pages bound by an aluminum spine.
  • The report is written on lined notebook paper and clipped into a weathered three-ring binder.
  • If you ever tried to cram too much into a three-ring binder, you know that the binder sometimes falls apart in your briefcase.
  • Taking turns one month out of the year to record sits in a simple three ring binder is really the best way to do business.
  • Overstuffing also makes it difficult to turn pages in a spiral and ring binder and damages the pages.
  • The manual is set up for double-sided, offset printing to be placed in a three-ring binder.
  • Many teachers use a large three-ring binder and organize it with tabs.
  • The modules can be kept together in a three ring binder when not in use.
  • Keep this booklet in a three ring binder so it can be easily updated.
British Dictionary definitions for ring binder

ring binder

noun
1.
a loose-leaf binder fitted with metal rings that can be opened to allow perforated paper to be inserted
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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